1964 Meyers 200 C-D, Serial No. 289 N7MV
Our Meyers Aero Commander 200 originally N207M when built, featured twice on the cover of Flying magazine in 1966 and 1967 after winning the 1964 Pendleton 100 National Stock Aircraft Race with the Aero Commander 200 finishing first and second. The previous year, flying in the Phoenix 100 mile two-pylon race, the “200” took the first three places. In 1965, again won the Pendeleton race world speed record in Class C-I.
Total Time Airframe: 2,675 STOH: 20, SPOH 235
Current Engine Information:
Continental IO-520 with 285 continuous horsepower. Includes all new engine electrical wiring, new magnetos, two new exhaust sleeves. Replaced original 40 amp. alternator with 100 amp.alternator. New spin-on oil filter system relacing oil screen. All new fuel and hydraulic lines replaced at factory by Keith Diver with all actuator “O” rings replaced and much more.
1996 New vacuum pump, fuel pump overhauled, engine removal lower end overhaul replacing engine case for AD crankcase cracks with misc. new bushings,
2000: New LH/RH muffler sleeves, new Mags, new ignition wiring harness
2001: Original Meyers factory replaced all flexible fuel and hydraulic lines, rebuilt all landing gear struts and new ’O’ rings and bushings, rebuilt brake master cylinder, new brake pads, resealed spool valve, new 100 amp. Alternator, new tires, dynamic propeller balancing.
2005: Replaced oil screen with new oil filter system
2014 Top Overhaul completed.
Garmin 530 GPS/NAV/COM
King KX-155 NAV/COM
Century HSI, Slaved
Garmin GTX 327 digital transponder
Garmin GMA 340 audio panel
Century 2000 2-axis auto pilot
Separate lighted analog fuel gauges showing fuel in four tanks
Garmin backup 295
BF Goodrich weather WX-500 Stormcope
PAI-700 Calibrated Vertical Card Compass
GEM 602 Graphic Engine Monitor
EI FP-5L Fuel Computer
100 amp alternator
Digital Volt/Amp gauge
Whelen position lights and strobes
Standard and LEMO (Bose) headset jacks
1996 All new interior including seats and carpeting
1996 All new windows
October 2016 Annual
Asking $109,000 Cash
I’ve lost my medical and need to sell.
Contact Jack LeDuc at 920.217.7598 or firstname.lastname@example.org